The Ghana Football Association Executive Council has cancelled the 2019/2020 Premier League season due to disruptions occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic.


The unanimous decision to expunge on-going football competitions in the country was taken during a marathon meeting of the 12-member council headed by FA President, Kurt Okraku.
Footballing activities have been on hold since mid-March this year, as government placed restrictions on public gatherings and contact sporting events in a bid to halt the spread of the deadly Corona Virus.


The PFAG, in its role as the mother body for all Ghanaian professional footballers, regards the safety and well-being of all players, their families, teeming fans and everybody who works within the football fraternity and beyond as its top priority.


We continue to re-echo our words of encouragement and caution to the players and management of domestic clubs to keep taking steps to maintain their optimal health during these difficult times.


We are confident that together we can defeat this latest dark cloud which has disrupted the progress of the sport we all love, and soon enough our members can once again take to the field to thrill and entertain us all.
Until then, let’s stay safe. The PFAG stands with you and for you!

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